I can’t believe I’ve been really sticking with this morning journal, heck, this morning routine! Y’all will be proud: I got up at 7am today. So close to 6! Tomorrow it will have to be 6. I determined on my lazy days it takes 2 hours to do everything in the routine but I didn’t really time myself. Maybe today won’t take as long as I’m watching the clock to make sure I stick with it. It makes it easier to get through the workout, stay focused during the journal, and trying not to get sidetracked because there is that focus on the clock.
And no, Tyler, I don’t have to be tough to be fit. I can watch a clock if I want, too!
Just so everyone else can follow this, Tyler helped me work out the other day and he wouldn’t tell me how much time was left in my plank. I’m telling y’all, this was the longest plank of all time. (Not really, that’s a total exaggeration). BUT it felt like forever. When I do timed workouts, especially planks or wall-sit type things, I watch the clock, it helps me know how much longer to withstand the pain. Tyler thinks (and is probably right, honestly) that if you don’t watch the clock and just push to go longer, as long as you can, then you will be stronger. He told me, “You have to be tough to be fit.” We got a kick out of it for a good little while. He’ll probably still say it. I’m curious what my roommate, Laura’s, opinion is on this. Maybe I can get her to read this.
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This girl is probably tough and fit....
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